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    Valerie Oberlin / The Shopkeeper 
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The Sales Cat

Voiced by: Erika Ishii

"The profits are going to a good cause! It'll be to buy me a new phone!"

A catgirl that manages the store at school by selling a lot of odd things, some used, some not and some just disturbing, in order to buy herself a new phone.


  • Cat Girl: She is an anthropomorphic purple cat person.
  • Cat Smile: Predictably so. This is her normal smile.
  • Collared by Fashion: She wears a spiked collar, as well as a matching bracelet and a tail ring
  • Expy: Of Catty, she's a purple cat that is managing a store in the game.
  • Phoneaholic Teenager: She always has her phone in hand, often looking at it rather than at the player. She'll look up from it if she has something to say, but she's also only managing the store to buy a new phone.
  • Secret Character: She is a secret romantic option and can be taken to Prom. The player has to have unlocked a certain number of other events first before she becomes available, then visited her store three times without buying anything. Her second route in Second Term is activated by getting the 'A Date With Valerie' item from the Gift Box, though it too needs to be unlocked.
  • Skewed Priorities: She is very aware that selling a totem that summons eldritch horrors in school might be dangerous, but she really wants a pair of new boots and is willing to forego time-space safety for it.
  • Unlockable Content: As the player keeps on, new items in her store will be added, many of which are paths to secret endings. You can also unlock her as a romantic option, and by extension a viable Prom date. She gets a second, item-related route in Second Term which also needs to be unlocked.
  • Western Zodiac: Capricorn. Just like her adoptive sister Vera.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: her hair is a vibrant pink with an undercut.
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    The Wolfpack 
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Voiced by: Jesse Cox

The school's werewolf football team.


  • The Dividual: Moreso than the Coven, in fact. Whereas most of the student body doesn't know the individual names of the Coven, no-one seems to know the names of any individual members of the Wolfpack. Not even the Wolfpack members themselves. The Wolfpack also don't have any secret routes or events that separate individual members, while the Coven do.
  • Dumb Jock: Much like Scott, they aren't very bright and one cafeteria event with them even has them forgetting the inhale part of breathing.
  • Evil Counterpart: To the Lovable Jock Scott, being a group of Jerk Jocks that like to play mean pranks, while Scott is generally nice and sweet with the player.
  • The Face: While they are technically a group, the only one to interact with others and represent them is the brunette one that stays in human form, though his name isn't given either.
  • Fantastic Racism: Are open about their bigotry against robots in the Classic Game's Calculester route. This leads to a Rousing Speech from the entire cast about bigotry, which...does not change their mind.
  • Hidden Depths:
    • Even though the Wolfpack are very stereotypical jocks, they do have a love for flower arranging.
    • One option in the first Drawing event can have them discuss the history and sociological effects of jazz with Vera and Scott.
  • Jerk Jock: They can be very unpleasant and play mean pranks on others.
  • No Name Given: None of the members of the pack gets named, not even the one responsible for speaking for them. Different than the Coven, their name isn't given in the credits.
  • Parental Abandonment: They live with their grandmother and Scott, due to all the wolves' parents leaving them when they were very young. The leader, at the least, describes them as "massive fuck-ups", and seems especially bitter about it.
  • Raised by Grandparents: Due to Parental Abandonment, they live with their grandmother and Scott.
  • Satellite Character: They mostly only appear in events related to Scott, since he is part of their team.
  • Took a Level in Kindness: After Zoe tries to explain the reason why she decided to not be Z'Gord anymore, the Wolfpack makes a promise to try and respect her pronouns despite not fully understanding the situation.

    Blobert 
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A blob man that befriends the player if they purchase a set of weirdly specific greeting cards from the store.
  • 100% Adoration Rating: Everyone loves him, and it's not hard to see why. Even the characters who are normally assholes, like Vera, have nothing but good things to say about him.
  • Actual Pacifist: He never uses violence, and tries to defuse any fighting he comes across.
  • Blob Monster: If you couldn't guess by his name.
  • The Cutie: A kind guy with arguably the most adorable design in-game.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Appears in several of the photos that appear in the end credits (including the class photo and the orgy endings' polaroid), however, he doesn't make an appearance in-game until you start his route.
  • Nice Guy: One of the nicest characters in the game, rivaling Scott.
  • Secret Character: One of several secret characters you can take to Prom.
  • Token Good Teammate: Could be this for Spooky High as a whole, being the only character who doesn't ever partake in some sort of illegal or immoral action over the course of the game.

    Juan the Small Magical Latino Cat 
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Picture from the sequel's Kickstarter page
A small magical Latino cat whom the player encounters outdoors.
  • Ascended Extra: In the original game, Juan was never actually seen, and is only talked about if the player spends a turn outdoors. However, Juan is planned to have an expanded role in Monster Prom 2: Holiday Season, including running the bar in Monster Camp mode and being recruitable for the snowball fight in Monster Retreat.
  • Everyone Calls Him "Barkeep": He is always referred to as Juan the Small Magical Latino Cat. Justified, as there are 23 other students named Juan in the school.
  • Exactly What It Says on the Tin: Subverted; while he is a small, magical, Latino cat named Juan, he worries that people only think of him as his size, magical abilities, ethnicity, and species. He feels he is more than that.
  • Ninja Pirate Zombie Robot: He is a small magical Latino cat.
  • One Steve Limit: Averted; there are 23 other students named Juan at school, which is why he goes by "Juan the Small Magical Latino Cat".

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Second Term DLC additions

    Leonard 
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Voiced by: Ross O'Donovan

"'Sup, cucks?"
A kappa with the personality of a nerdy asshole.
  • Asshole Victim: In one event, Vera stabs him with a knife; in another, Damien lights him on fire. Both times, they're entirely justified in doing so.
  • Berserk Button: Remakes of shows he likes.
  • Fan Dumb: In-Universe, his character revolves around representing the worst parts of a fandom.
  • Foil: To Zoe; he represents all the negative parts of a fandom (acts entitled, nitpicks about every little thing, complains about Political Correctness Gone Mad) as opposed to her representing all the positive parts.
  • The Friend Nobody Likes: He's a classmate that the cast can't really get rid of, but that doesn't mean they have to tolerate him when he pops up.
  • Hate Sink: Has no likable traits, and seemingly only exists to be a jackass.
  • Jerkass: One of his likes is "being a douchebag".
  • Kappa: His species. In a bit of Shown Their Work, one event has him interested in the player's shirikodama (a ball located in a person's anus that contains said person's soul, which kappa eat to gain more power).
  • Otaku: He's an anime fan.
  • Politically Incorrect Villain: Besides his complaints about "SJWs" and Political Correctness Gone Mad ruining his favorite shows, he's also sexist (claiming that Zoe is a good artist "for a girl") and the closest thing to a transphobe the game has (refusing to call Zoe "Zoe" more than once, claiming he has a right to call her "Z'Gord" or whatever he wants to call her).
  • Racist Grandpa: In a sense; he's Really 700 Years Old and definitely not concerned with being politically correct.
  • Really 700 Years Old: In one event, he reveals that he's several centuries old.
  • Weaksauce Weakness: In one cafeteria event, the player tricks him into bowing, which causes the water in his head to spill out. This renders him completely immobile until someone refills his head with water from the stream he lives in. But apparently, toilet water works just fine.
  • You Gotta Have Blue Hair: Dark green hair, to be exact.

    Violet and Tate 
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Violet voiced by: Felicia Day
Tate voiced by: Ross O'Donovan
Violet is a female parasitic mushroom creature who seems to enjoy love; Tate is her "boyfriend"/host.

    Fellow Student 
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Voiced by: Dan Avidan
An undercover cop sent into the school in order to get evidence against Vera. He tries a little too hard to blend in with the student body.
  • Adults Dressed as Children: A 40-something man dressed as a Totally Radical teenager.
  • Becoming the Mask: Completing his secret route will cause him to fully embrace his teenage persona.
  • Early-Bird Cameo: Downplayed. He's present in the end-of-game class photo for Second Term, but he won't actually appear in the game until you start the route that involves him.
  • Expressive Mask: Subverted. His helmet never changes, so to 'help' him express himself, other students will add expressive features to it.
  • Hero Antagonist: He's an undercover cop sent to arrest Vera for her many, many crimes, but since Vera's a friend of the player character, this makes him the villain of his route.
  • Most Definitely Not An Undercover Cop
  • Overly Stereotypical Disguise: His idea of blending into a high school seems to have come from '80s films and/or sitcoms.
  • Production Foreshadowing: One method to try and convince him to not turn in Vera is to reminisce about shared memories at Monster Camp, though the Narrator notes it's still in-development and may not actually feature such an event.
  • Totally Radical: Invoked to hell and back. "Eat my pants!"

    Kale 
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Picture from the sequel's Kickstarter page
Another Monster High student.
  • Ascended Extra: He was originally Dummied Out, meant to have a role in the main game, yet only made an appearance in the Second Term's class group photo when it released. This changed as of the 2020 "You Do You" update, which gave him a proper introduction.
  • Asexuality: Turns out he's asexual and aromantic, which means that the player's attempts at seducing him have done nothing but make him uncomfortable.
  • Drugs Are Good: Associated with leaves, and in the Monster Retreat preview, he states "Yeah, I like that, I'll Joint your team."
  • Meaningful Name: Kale (or leaf cabbage) is a type of green vegetable grown for their edible leaves, which is fitting for a plant monster.
  • Plant Person: His hair is made of leaves.
  • Secret Character: He has a secret route as of the Valentine's Day 2020 update.
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